Monday, December 24, 2018

And Now for the Rest of the Story: About that Murderous, $1M Bail-Jumping Saudi “Student,” 21, Abdulrahman Sameer Noorah, His Victim, Fallon Smart, 15, and the Killer’s Accomplices


Abdulrahman Sameer Noorah (Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office mug shot) and Fallon Smart

By Jerry PDX
Monday, December 24, 2018 at 1:09:00 A.M. EST

[Re:“And Now, in Further Saudi Arabian Government Murder News: US Officials Demand Extradition of $1M Bail-Jumping Saudi Student, 21, Wanted for Murder of Oregon Girl, 15.”]

I had just come here to send a link to this very same story but I was beaten to the punch. Here is the big O’s feature on this story.

A story like this in PDX wouldn't be complete without a little human interest on the subject. Invariably, when the perp in a crime is brown or black, there is an attempt to “humanize” him and make him seem less evil, something that doesn’t happen when he is white.

Note they “interview” Noorah's host, Terri Stanford, and she describes Noorah as being shy, studious, generous and one of the nicest people she’d ever met. I'll bet she says that about all the foreign students that stay with her (according to the article, she’s hosted dozens of them). Why do I have the feeling they are almost all young men?

The article did mention Noorah’s previous 17 parking violations, suspended license, and lack of insurance but failed to address the inner arrogance that would have caused a foreigner like that to ignore driving rules, an arrogance that led him to tear down a busy commercial street at 55 miles per hour, swerve around another car and strike a young girl crossing the street.

Despite the fact that this girl was a lesbian and active in the LGBT community, the local progressives stayed silent about Noorah and instead focused on traffic safety issues in the Hawthorne neighborhood where Ms. Smart was killed. That way the hypocrites could focus on the local “government” and deflect away from the dreadlock-wearing, negroid- looking Saudi Arabian migrant “looking for a better life” here in the US.

And yes, the Saudis helped him to escape justice. He’ll likely never be extradited back to the US; the Saudis will make sure of that.

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